Come My Way was released in 1965. A great folk-flavoured record (originally on the Decca label) it contains many of the seeds of Marianne Faithfull’s later career as a respected chanteuse.
The sleeve was shot on St Martin’s Lane, WC2, right in the heart of the West End in The Salisbury Pub. This ornate gin palace dates back to 1892 and is one of the West End’s loveliest old boozers.
The sleeve shown is the CD version re-released by Rev-Ola Records, an offshoot of the great Cherry Red label. Their website is HERE.
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